Identifying prime vs composite using simple divisiblity rules of 2,3,5, and 7

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Using divisibility rules for 2,3,5, and 7 students can prime factor any number 100 or less into a set of primes.

Students can use a process rather than memorization.

From understanding prime factoring students can use prime factorization to find GCF, LCM, and then reduce fractions to lowest terms.

This concept develops into several algebraic concepts.
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Identifying prime vs composite using simple divisiblity ru
Identifying prime vs composite using simple divisiblity ru
Identifying prime vs composite using simple divisiblity ru
Identifying prime vs composite using simple divisiblity ru